I recently discovered a brilliant way to add a bit of versatility to your wardrobe whilst covering your arms – Wingz.
Neither bra, lingerie, top or outerwear, Wingz are a one-piece pair of sleeves you add to your outfit by pulling them over your head so that the band sits just underdneath your bra. You then simply put your dress or top on in the usual way.
I’m sure many of us find hiding any upper arm wobbly bits more flattering and, now that the temperatures are dropping, Wingz are a great way to wear with some of your favourite summer outfits to create ‘transitional’ looks.
It’s easy to work out your size. Just measure under your bust and use Wingz’ size guide. Wingz fit from a UK size 6 to 28.
They are also a great addition to your suitcase when you are travelling to countries where local custom requires you to cover your upper arms, for example in India or Turkey.
There are a number of styles and colours to choose from, some classic and some more glam depending on the look you want to create.
These are the black full length fitted Wingz worn under a New Look sleeveless dress.
And these are the black chiffon flare Wingz worn under a jumpsuit from Wallis.
Black Chiffon Flare Wingz, Wallis Jumpsuit & Bertie Shoes
Wingz are really easy and comfortable to wear and really add a bit of versatility to your existing wardrobe. It’s not obvious that they are not part of the outfit, either. They are also very reasonably priced, most of them being under £20 a pair.
I have a pair of Wingz to give away to one lucky winner – either the black chiffon flare, as above or a pair of the black beaded angel Wingz. Just enter via the Rafflecopter in the usual way. The giveaway ends at 11:59 pm on Friday 2nd October 2015. UK entrants only.
Midlife mum from Cardiff. Wine Imbiber. Likes glitter, fluff and olives. Approaching tweendom with Caitlin (11) and Ieuan (10). The husband is hiding in the loft.
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